Kairos Palestine Document

December 2015
Palestine-Israel Journal of Politics, Economics & Culture;2015, Vol. 20/21 Issue 4/1, p172
Academic Journal
An excerpt from the Kairos Palestine document released in Bethlehem in December 2009 entitled "A moment of truth A word of faith, hope and love from the heart of Palestinian suffering" is presented, which discusses the suffering of the Palestinians under the Israeli occupation and Christian faith.


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